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  • Think you're too busy to make a delish 'n nutrish meal for yourself when life has you on the go? Think again!

    You're life is busy city. After all, you're making something of yourself. In and out of the office. Working hard for that next promotion Running errands. Keeping track of friends and family. Saving the world. This is some seriously legit stuff you're doing with your time. Who has time to eat?

    YOU DO!

    Yep, there are fantastic convenience foods that make healthy eating for fabsie gals like you totally realistic, doable, and delicious.

    (For recipes, click titles or photos, or see list below.)

    1. Super Quick Sausage Pasta

    See that pasta dish up above? All you need is a bag of Valley Fresh Steamers and some precooked chicken sausage. Yeah. CHICKEN sausage. You are, after all, attempting to survive life without Spanx, right-o?

    2. Captains Curried Chicken Haystacks

    And while you're at the grocery store grabbing those delicious Steamers, pick up a box of Whole Grain Chicken Helper.

    Then turn it into this crazy delicious curried Captains Chicken Haystacks dinner. It's so gosh-darned good, you'll want to swim in it twice. Yep. Double dipping. It's like that around here.

    3. Super Quick Bacon and Potato Skillet

    Valley Fresh Steamers Roasted Red Potatoes blend tastes amazing when it's turned into a simple hash. Think breakfast for dinner. Times awesome. It's good math.

    Try tossing the bag of sauce-covered potatoes and green beans with bacon bits, and top it off with a fried egg. It's like, totally OME.

    4. Chicken Pot Pie

    Just because you're cooking small quantities, doesn't mean you can't enjoy all the classic comfort foods from your childhood. All you need are a few basic ingredients…

    ...and you can make single-serving sized versions of a warm and wonderful pot pie with just Bisquick and Progresso soup. Pretty and delicious. Just like you!

    5. Snack-a-licious-ness

    To top off your yummy day of eating, make sure you grab one of our favorite, healthy on-the-go snacks.

    Chocolate-drizzled Fiber One bars and Yoplait yogurt add a bit of sweetness to your menu without adding a lot of calories. Smart, savvy, and skinny? Oh yeah, baby. You know how to work your groove thang.

    And there you have it, Gal on the Go -- lots of crazy easy ideas for you to make on the fly and still fly out the door without missing a beat!

    Recipes for when You're On the Go

    When time's short, don't take a shortcut on nutrition! Here are the recipes featured above:

    Super Quick Sausage Pasta Recipe
    Captains Curried Chicken Haystacks Recipe
    Super Quick Bacon and Potato Skillet Recipe
    Easy Single-Serve-Size Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

    Brooke blogs at where she shares fun family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke’s profile to see what she cooks up next!

    What's your favorite go-to nutrish and delish recipe when you're on the fly?

Tuscan Sausage and Bell Pepper Pasta

This tuscan sausage and bell pepper pasta is… incredible. So much flavor from each ingredient, it’s truly a dream. It also feels * super fancy * but it’s actually very simple to make. We’ve been embracing at home date nights since LA is just now reopening, and this was the perfect dish to serve with a glass of wine. Just close your eyes and pretend you’re in Italy!

For the recipe I used sweet baby bell peppers but you can use regular bell peppers if you prefer. I also made Banza penne pasta because it’s what I had on hand, but use any kind or shape that you prefer! Also linking the Belcampo tuscan style sausage that I used here in case you want to use the exact one, but of course I always recommend using what is convenient for you! Hope you guys love this recipe as much as I do.


What ingredients do you need to make sausage pasta? For this recipe, not a whole lot! Here’s what you’ll need to whip this up for dinner.

  • Pasta such as penne, mini farfalle or rotini
  • Sausage – I use Jimmy Dean Regular Pork Sausage (yes, breakfast sausage)
  • Heavy Cream
  • Optional – cajun spices, garlic, stewed tomatoes, green bell pepper

My kids, and to some extent myself, tend to prefer our foods fairly simple when it comes to ingredients. We find this sausage pasta recipe absolutely delicious with minimal ingredients.

That said, you can easily add cajun spices to kick up the heat more, garlic for another layer of flavor and stewed tomatoes or green bell peppers. If your family enjoys those flavors, by all means, add them in!

But I guarantee you will still have a delicious, flavor packed meal without them.

How do you make sausage pasta?

This truly is EASY sausage pasta! There are only a few simple steps to make this recipe.

  • Cook pasta
  • Cook sausage
  • Cook sauce
  • Combine all ingredients

The sauce for this recipe is not really a thick cream sauce, it more just nicely coats the pasta.

If however you would like yours a bit creamier, feel free to add an additional 1/2 cup+ of heavy cream. Let’s make some Easy Sausage Pasta.

If you love this recipe, then don’t miss my easy Biscuits and Sausage Gravy recipe! I think you’ll also enjoy my Pizza Casserole, which combines pasta, sausage and pepperoni all in one easy dish!

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